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    • Refutation Of The Mechanistic Conception Of Life 

      Steidle, Walter (1917-04-01)
      In studying the history of philosophical though, one fact seems to be conspicuous by its absence. That is, we find very little speculation regarding the origin of life. Ancient philosophy is distinctly religious, this ...
    • A Critical Analysis Of The Aeneid 

      O'Connell, Jerry (1931-04-01)
      This thesis is written particularly as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Latin and Greek. The subject has been chosen without the advice of the head of that department, but ...
    • The History Of Advertising 

      Rigler, Ludwig (1931-04-01)
      Since the time men lived in communities and competed for the necessities and luxuries of life, there has probably existed some form of advertising. This first period extends to 1450 A. D. when the modern process of printing ...
    • The Political, Social, And Religious Life Of The Golden Age At The Time Of Horace And Virgil 

      Sullivan, Daniel (1932-04-01)
      The Purpose of this thesis is to portray the Political, Social, and Religious Life of the Golden Age, at the time of Horace and Vergil. I have followed closely Fowler's "Social Life at Home" and his "Religions experiences ...
    • The Translation and Latinity of the Homilies From the Third to the Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost 

      Harrington, Daniel (1932-04-01)
      This thesis consists of a short dissertation on homilies, their history and nature, together with the chief writers of homilies. The four recognized ways of treating the homily and the efficacy of each method are discussed. ...
    • The Homilies from the Epiphany of Our Lord To Quinquagesima Sunday: A Translation, with Commentary 

      Boyle, Thomas (1932-04-01)
      The purpose of this work is twofold: first, I will attempt to give a lucid translation of the Homilies of the Holy Fathers from the Epiphany of Our Lord to Quinquagesima Sunday; and secondly, I will handle comprehensively ...
    • Law Of Negotiable Instruments 

      Moses, George (1932-04-01)
      DEFINITION. "An instrument is called negotiable when the legal title to the instrument itself, and the whole amount of money expressed upon its face, may be transferred from one to another by indorsement and delivered by ...
    • The United States Supreme Court Molding The Constitution 

      Scheewe, Larry (1932-04-01)
      Do not be surprised in being informed that you have just been appointed, and consequently sworn in, as a Supreme Court Justice carrying with it a high degree of independence, and providing good behavior is maintained, a ...
    • The Singular Solution Of Differential Equations 

      Doyle, George (1932-04-01)
      In the latter half of the seventeenth century Sir Isaac Newton, eminent mathematician and physicist, developed his theory of Fluxions, treating with the subject by which he is probably best known. The Calculus, as the ...
    • Anomalies In Blood Groups 

      McCabe, James (1933-04-01)
      Before being able to sot forth the atypical reactions and conditions which have been noted in the human blood groups, it will be necessary to show briefly the manner in which human blood is classified and the typical ...
    • Browning's Dramatic Art 

      McMahon, Matthew (1933-04-01)
      An average person interested In literature naturally reads any book of Browning*s complete works with perhaps little intention of reading his dramas, mainly because Browning is not generally known as a dramatist. His fame ...
    • Accounting Reserves 

      Botch, Raymond (1933-04-01)
      The term "reserve" has been used in a variety of different senses and perfoms a variety of different duties. In this connection Gilman says, "the word reserve, as commonly employed , has no specific meaning. It may refer ...
    • De Magistro Sancti Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi 

      McGowan, Edward (1933-04-01)
      The fundamental purpose of this treatise is to turn into English the Latin text of St. Augustine's De Magistro. The method has been but to make clear the thoughts expressed by St. Augustine, although some may still be ...
    • The Motivation Of Macbeth 

      Stafford, John (1933-04-01)
      In the play Macbeth may he found much wealth of controversial matter. Perhaps the most fascinating problem of all is the question whether Macbeth came upon the contemplation of murdering Duncan unaided, or whether he was ...
    • The Theories Of The Inheritance Of The Iso-Agglutinogens In The Blood 

      McDonald, John (1933-04-01)
      There has been of late a great deal of interest in and investigation of blood grouping from a genetic standpoint. It is the purpose of this paper to give and discuss the present status of the theories regarding the ...
    • S. Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi Soliloquiorum Libri Duo: Translated with an Introduction and Commentary 

      Sullivan, John (1933-04-01)
      St. Augustine was indeed one of the foremost thinkers, not only of the Catholic Church, but of all time. His works are f especial interest to us because he lived is whole life in an important turning point in the history ...
    • Shakespeare's Use Of Source Material In The Comedy Of Errors 

      Ryan, Joseph (1933-04-01)
      The Elizabethan drama as characterized by Shakespeare amid his contemporaries was the culmination of several forces which had long been exerting their influence on the English playwrights. Prominent among these forces was ...
    • The Bacteriophage: Its Phenomenon, Nature, And Behavior 

      Meyer, W. Vincent (1934-04-01)
      In introducing the phenomenon of the bacteriophage, we shall first consider the circumstances which offered a veiled suggestion that such a phenomenon existed. The first instance in which this action was observed was in ...
    • Comparison Of The Trilogy Of Aeschylus And Mourning Becomes Electra By Eugene O'Neill 

      Laux, Joseph (1934-04-01)
      In order to understand the full extent of the influence of the Orestia on Mourning Becomes Electra one must consider, in the first place, the impetus for action in both trilogies. I shall first take up the question of the ...
    • The Relations Between Mathematics and Philosophy 

      James, John (1934-04-01)
      "The history of mathematics is one of the large windows through which the philosophic eye looks into past ages and traces the line of intellectual development." Thus does a prominent mathematician characterize the general ...